Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq. (Source: Twitter)

Pakistan players never shy away from making bold and controversial statements about the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the players. In another instance, former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has said that the Indian batsmen used to score tons for their personal milestones and never really played for the country.

“Our batsmen scored 30 or 40 runs, it was for the team, but for India, even if they scored 100 runs, they played for themselves. So, that was the difference between the two sides,” Inzamam said during the chat show.

Praising Imran Khan, the former right-handed batsman said that Imran had the ability to get what he wanted from a certain player and used to back them despite not being technically sound while leading the team.

Inzamam represented Pakistan in 120 Tests and 378 ODIs and also led the team for some time. In Tests, he notched up a total of 8830 runs, averaging just below 50 and scored 25 hundreds while in the ODIs, he struck 11739 runs at an average of 39.5.

Inzy was also a part of the Pakistan setup that won the 1992 World Cup under Imran Khan. They haven’t won a World Cup since then but made a place in the final in 1999 where they lost the title clash to Australia.